Flexible hours depending on your department. Vacation grows with service. 401K with match. Ping pong tables on certain floors. A nice cafeteria.
The only 'benefit' was the health insurance after X amount of months, but they allowed the time to lapse twice that I could apply for it, and made it extremely difficult and frustrating to get said 'benefits'.
You have none when you are a freelancer. You might get leftovers from catered lunches but that is all I can come up with at the moment.
Generous vacation time, decent health insurance, multiple discounts on a variety of things. Almost couldn't use all the vacation time due to overwork, though.
Decent time off, decent health insurance, $300 health credit for gym
Best Thing: company matches up to 6% for your 401k after you've been at the company one year. Worst thing: mediocre healthcare, limited time off
Great 401k program, and reasonable health benefits. It was slightly confusing setting everything up because the system is a bit archaic. But HR was helpful, when I reached out.
401k (match after first year) full health, dental, vision 2 weeks PTO for entry level free admission to museums all over the city discount on condé publications discounts at dozens of stores, hotels, and restaurants
Good amount of paid vacation, Flex Fridays, discounts at cultural institutions around the city.
Good Vacation package and summer Friday schedule for full time employees. Awful dental coverage. Okay health coverage for me, someone who is generally healthy and male.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.